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[texts]Gold’s Costly Dividend Human Rights Impacts Of Papua New Guinea’s Porgera Gold Mine - Human Rights Watch
Comprehensive report by Human Rights Watch.
Keywords: Mining; Human Rights; Women's Rights
Downloads: 9
[texts]Still Making Their Own Rules Ongoing Impunity for Police Beatings, Rape, and Torture in Papua New Guinea - Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch report into Police brutality in PNG.
Keywords: Human Rights; Papua New Guinea
Downloads: 44
[texts]Hate on the Streets - Human Rights Watch 2012
education and non-commercial
Keywords: education and non-commercial
Downloads: 62
[texts]Documents: CIA rendition to Gaddafi's Libya - Human Rights Watch
Excerpts from a trove of documents obtained by Human Rights Watch shed light on agency's use of harsh interrogation measures and its transfer of detainees. (Unofficial mirror of http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/422724-documents-torture-and-rendition-to-gaddafis-libya.html)
Keywords: documentcloud; washington-post; 3812-doccloud-admin
Downloads: 33
[texts]“Swept Away”: Abuses Against Sex Workers in China - Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch believes the Chinese government should take immediate steps to protect the human rights of all people who engage in sex work. It should repeal the host of laws and regulations that are repressive and misused by the police, and end the practice of indiscriminate law enforcement “sweeps.” The government should also lift its sharp restrictions on the ability of civil society organizations—including sex worker organizations—to register and carry out their activities freely...
Keywords: documentcloud; chinafile; 3053-sara-segalwilliams
Downloads: 32
[texts]“We Could Disappear At Any Time” Retaliation and Abuses Against Chinese Petitioners - Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch on retaliation against petitioners in China.
Keywords: Human Rights Watch; HRW; China; PRC; petition; retaliation; Beijing
Downloads: 57
[movies]WYCD: Darfur Destroyed - Human Rights Watch
A report on the death and destruction caused by the militia groups in the Darfur region of Sudan.
Keywords: linkshorts; Sudan; What You Can Do
Downloads: 880
[texts]Protecting the Killers - A Policy of Impunity in Punjab, India (Kindle Book) - Human Rights Watch & Ensaaf
I. Summary I did everything in the pursuit of truth and justice. I even begged. But all this failed me. What else could I have done?...There is a Punjabi saying that after 12 years, even a pile of manure gets to be heard. But for me, after 12 years, nobody is listening-this must mean that I am worth even less than manure. -Mohinder Singh, father of extrajudicial execution victim Jugraj Singh Despite a strong democracy and a vibrant civil society, impunity for human rights abuses is thriving in I...
Keywords: Protecting the Killers; Human Rights Watch; Jaswant Singh Khalra; Ensaaf; KPS Gill; Punjab Police Atrocities
Downloads: 226
[texts]Walking on Thin Ice: Control, intimidation and harassment of lawyers in China - Human Rights Watch
This 142-page report details consistent patterns of abuses against legal practitioners. These include intimidation, harassment, suspension of professional licenses, disbarment, physical assaults, and even arrest and prosecution when lawyers take politically sensitive cases, seek redress for abuses of power and wrongdoings by party or government agents, or challenge local power-holders. (Unofficial mirror of http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/228996-walking-on-thin-ice.html)
Keywords: documentcloud; chinafile; 2684-xiaxiao-tu
Downloads: 23
[texts]Isolated in Yunnan - Human Rights Watch
Since June 2011, an estimated 75,000 ethnic Kachin have fled hostilities between the Burmese army and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) in northern Burma. Thousands of them have sought refuge in southwestern China’s Yunnan province, where the Chinese government has tolerated their stay. The report is based on more than one hundred interviews with refugees, displaced persons in Burma, victims of abuses, relief workers, and others...
Keywords: documentcloud; chinafile; 4130-china-file
Downloads: 14
[texts]We Could Disappear at Any Time: Retaliation and Abuses Against Chinese Petitioners - Human Rights Watch
This 89-page report is the first in-depth look at the treatment of Chinese citizens who travel to Beijing to demand approval of or answers to their complaints of mistreatment by officials. Research was carried out in China. Petitioners, many of them rural people with minimal education or resources, often come to Beijing fleeing local violence and seeking a venue of last resort. Yet while they wait for their petitions to be addressed in Beijing, many are ambushed by groups of plainclothes securit...
Keywords: documentcloud; chinafile; 2684-xiaxiao-tu
Downloads: 10
[texts]“Making Their Own Rules” Police Beatings, Rape, and Torture of Children in Papua New Guinea - Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch Report into Police Brutality in PNG.
Keywords: Human Rights; Papua New Guinea; Police Brutality
Downloads: 198
[texts]Assorted CIA Documents Found in Libya - Human Rights Watch
Documents found by Human Rights Watch in the Tripoli headquarters of Libya's External Security Department. (Unofficial mirror of http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/243247-assorted-cia-documents-found-in-libya.html)
Keywords: documentcloud; propublica; 2756-eric-umansky
Downloads: 24
[texts]“As Long as They Let Us Stay in Class”: Barriers to Education for Persons with Disabilities in China - Human Rights Watch
According to official statistics, over 40 percent of people with disabilities are illiterate and 15 million live on less than one dollar a day in the countryside. The Chinese government has an impressive record in providing primary education for children without disabilities, achieving near universal compulsory education for such children. But according to official statistics, the rate for children with disabilities is much lower: about 28 percent of such children should be receiving compulsory ...
Keywords: documentcloud; chinafile; 3053-sara-segalwilliams
Downloads: 29
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